- "'I took a chance on buying it,' wrote Tertis in his memoirs, for it was shown to me in an unplayable condition, without bridge, strings or fingerboard.... No case was available -- it was such a large instrument 17? inches -- so my wife came to the rescue by wrapping it in her waterproof coat, and that is how it was taken across the English Channel.'"
- "Chase Fulfilled", Tully Potter, The Strad, August, 1988, 1988.
Indicates that the owner is or was also a musician
Indicates that the musician is or was also an owner of one or more instruments
"A gentleman of the viola", Tully Potter, The Strad, April, 1996, 1996.
"Chase Fulfilled", Tully Potter, , 1988.
"In defence of the small viola", Daniel Whitman, The Strad, February, 1994, 1994.